Spain: Oficemen and Anese Join Forces to Advance Sustainability in the Cement Sector

The Spanish Cement Manufacturers Association (Oficemen) and the National Association of Energy Services Companies (Anese) have signed an agreement to promote sustainability and energy efficiency in Spain's cement industry.

Spain: Oficemen and Anese Join Forces to Advance Sustainability in the Cement Sector
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In a significant move towards enhancing sustainability within the cement sector, Oficemen and Anese have entered into a collaborative agreement. This partnership aims to foster the development of the economy based on principles of energy efficiency, sustainability, and environmental respect. The agreement outlines plans for joint activities, cooperation, training, and the development of specific programs and projects in areas of mutual interest and impact. Additionally, it includes efforts to promote policies and actions that value best practices, as well as to support the growth of the sector and its professionals.

Aniceto Zaragoza, General Director of Oficemen, highlighted the Spanish cement sector's long-standing prioritization of investments in R&D to implement increasingly efficient production processes. With this new agreement, the sector anticipates leveraging Anese's expert advice to make these processes even more efficient and sustainable, crucial for enhancing competitiveness and reducing emissions. Carlos Ballesteros, General Director of Anese, emphasized the importance of informing cement industry professionals about the advantages and benefits of the energy services model for implementing more sustainable and efficient processes.

This collaboration is poised to strengthen ties between both professional groups and work together to contribute to the decarbonization goals the industry must achieve to reach a carbon-neutral economy by 2050.

Source: Diario de Sevilla